The new documentary Farmageddon sheds much-needed light on the plight of small family-scale farms. The farmers tell their stories in their own words, inspiring us to support them and preserve our right to access their foods, whether through direct farmer-consumer sales, farmers' markets, co-ops or food buying clubs. As the film's director Kristin Canty states, the crux of the issue is "simply about freedom of food choice, because without it, we simply aren't free."
LA Times review: "Kristin Canty's "Farmageddon" is well-titled. It's an eye-popping wake-up call revealing how the USDA and FDA have increasingly waged war on America's small farmers even when they can prove they are contributing healthful products to our food supply."
Join us to view this eye-opening movie. Afterwards we'll take time for people in the audience to have questions answered by a panel of local experts. Learn firsthand what's happening to farmers in Minnesota, and what you can do to protect your access to local, sustainably-produced foods.
Tickets are available now for $8 and then $10 at the door.
St. Anthony Main (View)
115 SE Main St
Minneapolis, MN 55414
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